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Payroll Technician - Police

Service Care Solutions
Closing date
22 May 2022

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Contract Type
Full Time
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Service Care Solutions are currently recruiting for an experienced Payroll Technician to work on a full-time, long-term contract with a local police force in Kidlington, Oxfordshire.

The overall purpose of the role is to Create and maintain the payroll records of Police Officers/Police Staff/Pensioners, administer pension schemes, consolidate and process data, ensure Police Officers/Police Staff/Pensioners are paid accurately and on time, provide correct and consistent advice/guidance and contribute to the proper functioning of the Payroll Department.

Main responsibilities:

1) Process all documents and information in relation to payments (salaries, expenses, other staff emoluments, compulsory deductions, etc.) ensuring that they comply with relevant Conditions of Service, Force Policies and statutory legislation to ensure Police Officers/Police Staff/Pensioners are paid accurately and on time. Responsible for electronic filing of all documents ensuring compliance with data retention regulations.

2) Answer Police Officers/Police Staff/Pension Administrators and Pensioners' queries on pay related issues. Give advice and guidance to Area/HQ Department staff about incorrectly completed Police Officers/Police Staff/Pensioner variations to pay, which they have authorised for payment. Provide advice, guidance and data to Police Officers/Police Staff/Pensioners, internal departments and external organisations. Liaise with other departments and external organisations and where necessary be persistent in order to provide the best possible service.

3) Identify and correct discrepancies highlighted during the pay calculation run before payments are sent to personal bank accounts including the decision whether the tax code applied is correct after investigation with HMRC. Responsible for the raising of sundry debtors for overpayments of leavers to ensure public funds are not alienated.

Essential Experience:

CIPP Foundation Degree in Payroll or equivalent or proven experience, or be prepared to study for relevant qualification. Good standard of education including excellent literacy and numeracy skills.

If you wish to apply, please call Martin Cookson on (phone number removed)
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